So hungry you could eat an entire bag of chips or bowl of party mix? Before you put anything in your mouth, first take a few moments to envision eating that whole bag. That simple act makes you less likely to overindulge, according to a 2010 study published in the journal Science. Researchers found that study participants who envisioned eating numerous M&Ms ended up eating fewer of the candy-coated treats than those who instead visualized either doing a mundane task or eating only a few M&Ms. They theorized that the act of imagining helps acclimate the brain to whatever food you're craving, so that you are less motivated to eat more when you actually eat it.
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